There is no such thing as a black hole

The paper titled 'There is no such thing as a black hole' was presented at the
International Conference of Rational Science held in Acapulco, Mexico,
on February 22, 2016. It was published later that year.
A video of the presentation is at the bottom of this page.
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Physics       Extinction       Philosophy
Black Holes
Falsifiability
A Singular Place
On  the  deceleration  behaviour  of  black  holes
What is a black hole?
Black  Holes:  Facts,  Theory  &  Definition
What is a black hole?
What is a black hole?
Identification  of  Cygnus  X-1  with  HDE 226868
A brief History of Time
Lone  Black  Holes  Discovered  Adrift  in  the  Galaxy
Massive stellar black hole smashes record
Black Holes
Naked black-hole hearts live in the fifth dimension
Black Holes and Neutron Stars
What is a black hole?
Schwarzschild black hole
No Hair Theorem
Gravitation
Who’s afraid of a big black hole
Singularities and Black Holes
How many dimensions does a singularity have?
Black  Holes  Shed  Light  on  Galaxy  Formation
                                                Cygnus  X-1:   A   spectroscopic   binary   with  a
heavy companion?
Famous black hole confirmed after 40 years
Does a black hole contain heavy metals?
                                                      Black   Strings,   Low   Viscosity   Fluids,   and
Violation of Cosmic Censorship
On the Influence of Gravitation on the Propagation of Light
                             Einstein’s  conversion  from  his  static to an expanding
universe
                                           Michell, Laplace and the origin of the black hole
concept
Supermassive black holes and the growth of galaxies
Einstein and the Physical Review
                       On a stationary system with spherical geometry consisting
of many gravitating masses
                    LISA Pathfinder will pave the way for us to 'see' black holes
for the first time
Einstein explained: Black holes 101
                  Black  Holes:  After  some  stars   collapse,  even  light   cannot
escape
Galactic Center Research
Gravitation and Black Hole Theory
Are black holes real?
What is a black hole, really?
Giant black hole in tiny galaxy confounds astronomers
                    The  Galactic  Center  Massive  Black  Hole and Nuclear Star
Cluster
The highly collapsed configurations of a stellar mass
                 Gravitational  Field  of  a  Spinning  Mass  as  an  Example  of
Algebraically Special Metrics
Singularities in Space-Time
                                      Intermediate-mass  black  holes  in  early  globular
clusters
                                            Star - forming    accretion   flows   and   the   low-
luminosity nuclei of giant elliptical galaxies
On Gravitational Collapse and Cosmology
What is Physics?
                     Le Verrier’s 1859 Paper on Mercury, and Possible Reasons
for Mercury’s Anomalous Precession
Why God Doesn’t Exist
Light: neither particle nor transverse wave
An Alternative to Waves and Wave-Packets
The Hunt for Vulcan, the Planet That Wasn’t There
The Rope Hypothesis
                                  On the Gravitational Field of a Mass Point according
to Einstein’s Theory
Dark matter and dark energy
Did Einstein Predict Dark Energy?
Subtle is the Lord
                  Einstein’s  Lost  Theory  Describes  a  Universe  Without a Big
Bang
Relation of General Relativity to Dark Matter and Dark Energy
dark matter
                                   On  the   Existence  of  Low-Mass   Dark  Matter   and  its
Direct  Detection
                        A modification  of  the  Newtonian  dynamics  as  a  possible
alternative  to  the  Hidden  Mass  Hypothesis
The Quantum Mechanics of Black Holes
Particle Creation by Black Holes
How  a  magnet  physically  attracts  another  from  a  distance
virtual  photon
ionization
                                                                           Rotational   Properties   of  21  Sc
Galaxies  with  a  Large  Range  of  Luminosities  and  Radii from NGC 4605
(R=4kpc)  to  UGC  2885  (R=122kpc)
                                   The  Birth  of  a  Relativistic  Outflow  in  the  Unusual  γ-
ray Transient Swift J164449.3+573451
How big is a black hole?
Subtle is the Lord
What is the Electron?